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Hamdan bin Mohammed crowns Saudi Arabia with the Dubai World Cup
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Yesterday, His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, crowned the Saudi Amr Zeidan, owner of the horse "Country Grammer", with the title of the Dubai World Cup for horses

Yesterday, His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, crowned the Saudi Amr Zeidan, owner of the horse "Country Grammer", with the title of the Dubai World Cup for horses, which was held yesterday at the "Meydan" track, sponsored by "Emirates Airlines". For a distance of 2000 metres, the prize money amounted to 12 million dollars, while the total prize money amounted to 30.5 million dollars.

And "Country Grammer", led by jockey Frankie Dettori, and the supervision of American coach Bob Baffert, flew in the field, capturing the attention of a distance of 2000 meters.

Country Grammer gave Saudi Arabia its second historical title in the World Cup, after the historic achievement of the horse "Arugit" in 2017, to ascend to the third place in the list of countries winning the Dubai World Cup, while the UAE topped the list of the most prized title in horse racing in the world. The world with 13 titles, compared to eight titles for the United States of America, and a title for Australia, Brazil and Japan.

Italian jockey Frankie Dettori brilliantly led the horse "Country Grammer" to win the race over a distance of 2000 metres, with a total prize money of 12 million dollars, including 7.2 million dollars for the horse owned by Zidane Racing, Winstar and Commonwealth crowned first place.